When it comes to CNC precision parts processing, we have to mention aluminum alloy processing. Aluminum alloy processing accounts for a very large proportion in CNC processing. In such a proportion, manufacturers must be fiercely competitive. To gain an advantage in the competition, let’s talk about it today.
First of all, it is beyond reproach that the quality largely determines the advantages, and some highly difficult processing materials can be processed. They have a long and delicate existence in the tool, machine tool and other industries.
For example, a major feature of aluminum alloys is work hardening. During processing, the chamfered angle is large and the contact area formed is small. In addition, the high cutting force in the machining process, combined with the frictional force when the chip flows, these factors will cause the local cutting heat of the tool to be too high.
Then these factors are one of the major reasons that lead to the failure of their products. Therefore, in order to ensure the quality of precision parts and small rebound, etc., it is necessary to avoid excessive cutting force. Thin-walled parts often have a tendency to deform under tool pressure, as well as causing chatter, friction and even tolerance issues.
So today’s topic about how to choose raw materials for CNC precision parts processing will be discussed here first. For more CNC information, please continue to pay attention to us.